Formed in 1921 at the Hartlepool Missions in Northgate later Headland Methodist Church, the Brotherhood later amalgamated with Heortensians and won the Durham County Junior Cup at Darlington in 1925More detail »
Boys Welfare Building, Whitby Street and Reed StreetMore detail »
The Bridge Hotel, Northgate, Hartlepool.
The bridge Hotel stood at the junction of Northgate and Durham Street in old Hartlepool.
The Bridge was a popular spot with foreign seamen as it was at the bottom of the public steps leading on to the docks.
The premises have been demolished with nothing having been built to replace it.More detail »
Taken possibly in the early 1970s, the image shows advertising hoardings and behind them the coal staithes in the docks. The footbridge which was used by many on their way to work in the shipbuilding and engineering trades was demolished some years ago.' Have you earned your CDM today' is a memorable advert for Cadbury's chocolate.
HHT&N 183More detail »
Taken looking towards where the road forks forming Durham Street and Northgate with a selection of hoardings in front of the coal staithes. Although the train and hoardings are no longer there, cranes in the dockland area are still seen today. Many will remember the 'happiness is egg shaped' slogan on the advert behind the lamp post. Possibly early 1970s ?
HHT&N 184More detail »
Celebrating King George V's Silver Jubilee at Northgate, Hartlepool in 1935. Stan Johnston is in the front row of the band, on the left (with the trombone), with Wilfred Johnston in the second row, extreme right, standing next to the lady with the white headscarf.More detail »
The New Fleece, Northgate, Hartlepool. It was also known as 'the long bar' due, to the length of it's bar which stretched right through the building. It has now been demolished and housing stands on the site.More detail »
This photograph, taken in Northgate, Hartlepool, on the opening day, 19 May 1896, shows electric car No. 1, one of five 44-seat four-wheelers built by Milnes of Birkenhead for the new operating company, the General Electric Tramways Co. Ltd. (GET). The livery is thought to have been green and white.
HHT&N 87More detail »